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.Y9L yiNo 225
PRIVATE SCHOOL RULE INTERPRETED
For March 5
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. Feb. 25.
The trial of Abe Ruef on the charge
of extortion is let for March 6th.
A. OUNTER IS DEAD
NEW YORK, N. Y., Feb. 25. Ar
chibald Clavering Gunter, the novel
ist, died today from aponlexy.
Hunter, who Iiiim written n Mrc.it
amount, nf light llctloii, wax l.orti In
l.lvi'riMNil, Kiik.. Oct. 1!.'., 1 Ji 17. Af
ter coming to tlm Unltril Stales ho
prmtuntnit from tlm Ban I'ranelxcn
Hcliool of urinrH. nnil did moat ovory
Ihlng from I'lvil engineering to deal
ing In xtockx lip Iiiih lived In Now
York City Hliirii IS"!). Tlio ".Mr.
Ilarncs of New York" nnil ".Mr. Pot
ter of Toxiih" sorlcx nrti iiiikiiir IiIh
workx nnil IiIh most successful playH
Include "Mr. Karl" ami "Two Nights
$175,000. WAS TAKEN
CHICAGO, HI.. Feb. 25. The Uni
ted Statci Sub-Treaiury in thit city
hat been robbed of $175,000. in bills.
There if no clew to the thievei.
ARE NOW ADMIRALS
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 25.
The nomination of Captain Tilley
and Captain Ackley at Rear Admir
als was sent to the Senate today,
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat., Feb. 21.
SUOAR: 96 degree Centrifugal, 3.3
cent, or S87.80 oer ton. Previous quo
tation, 3.38 cents.
There is a risk about keeping
valuable .papers in the house
that is not fully realized until
there is a fire or a burglar on
the premises. ' We are willing to
take the risk for four dollars a
year and guarantee security.
The Henry Waterhouse
Trust Company, Ltd.
Delivered In thoroughly cleansed con
talner to any part of the city.
LEAVE ORDERS AT
MAUU IN NUW YOKK
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"Men and Places and Goods are best made known by printer's ink
3:dO O'CLOCK II BUlLETfN IMS PEOPLE WHO BUY
Hawaii Supervisors Want
At 10 o'rlock this morning tlm Hvn
ntc convened On motion by Lmm 11
Irrlujlcfll error In tlm Journal of (lie
first ilny was corrected. It hail failed
to hIiow wlial iIIkjkihIIIoii IiihI Ik on
made of the (loveinor'H message, thin
ertor living One to an oversight
I,, i:. Plukhnm wrote that $.'0 a
month hail liven iiiiroirlnleil for 11
physician for KimiIhiiioI.ii liy tlm I.ibI
l.cgislnturc lull It hail not liven nvnll-
nlile. nx It wan spcclilcd that hiii'Ii phy-
iikliiii must he 11 rcxhlchl of the .Hit
trlct, anil none mill runlil ho seemed.
lie nxked that tlm appropriation he
inado nvnllalile. Iteferreil to the Health
DAM COMMITTKH CI108KN.
The House Informeil tlm Bvnnto Unit
11 (omiultteii of th lee of Itx inemhcn
had liven appointed to nerve with tlireu
of the Senate on 11 Joint Niiuanu ilam
Investigation committee, Tlm President
npiMilnteil tlm Kxpcmlltiirt-x Commit
tee; Chllllugwurth, K Hudson anil Kn
lama. The IIoiihii Joint reHolntloii npp.o
printing 11 mini for (Jiiecti l.llluokul'iul
wan passed on motion liy Initio.
The clerk of tlm County of Hawaii
sent In n resolution passed liy Hint
I'oily, tlm text of which wax that tlm
rlvrk'H tuilary wait lmuluiuuto unci
should ho raised to $2,000 11 year. It
alto provlili'il that thu wilarlvii of thu
KuiiervlrorH kIioiiIiI Imi liicrcunril Ut0i
11 month. Jlefcrrcil to tlm County Com
mittee. Hmlth reiiortvil for tlm Jmllclary
Commltteo 011 Keiiate lllll .1, piovlilInK
for tiro ilepartmentj for Walliiku, f-i-lialna
nnil Knliiilul, iih mi-II iih other
towiiH where micli depart inenlH are or
Kanlzed. It rcvoinmcniled tlm paHat;e
or tlm hill. Hmlth Htatcil that tlm qucxi
thin of trniiHfcr of projierty to tlm
rouutlex, would ho rained hy thin hill.
In thlx cane no trannfcrof properly wan
Itferred to, Itx pmvlxloux referring
merely to tlm jierMinul and orKaiilza
tlon of tlm department. Tlm title to
the. equipment would Htlll rcxt with
tlm Terrltor). Tlm hill passed kvvoiiiI
MAHHIi:i) WOMICN'S UKIIITH.
Tlm Judiciary Commltteo alwi le
ported on Senalo Hill 14 relating to
the right of married women to deal
with jhelr xcparatu property. It pro
tides that a woman may bo authorized
hy a Court to xcll her property without
ner hunliaiid'b coiiBenl, when her hui
hand Iuik' failed to provido millahly fot
her, or unrvaxoniihly xtandx In thu
way of her pnijicr eiijiiyjnent of her
projierty. Klled to he i-onitlilcrcil with
Candall rejiortcd for the Commltteo
on Itulen recommending Hint tlm tm
IKiriiry rulcx ho permiineiitly ndojilcd.
Kahuna Introduced a hill relating to
the pioment of laliorerx on road work
for thu Territory. I'axcd llrxt reaillng
hy title. s
Tlm l'renldcnt uiinouiiicd tlm xpcclal
(Continued on Page 2)
the part that dress plays In
shaping a man's career. Ar
rayed In an Ill-fitting suit of
poor material, out of date, or
exaggerated In style, a man
may at heart be a gentleman
of the highest type, and a g
nlus In ability. But the world
will misjudge him.
THE KASH CO,
TKL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL BT8.
Appropriations The Text
Of Many House
The IIoiihc met ut y 11. in
The Hpeaker aiiiioiinced thai tlm
llouve would remiuie the reading
the romuiiiuleatloiiH from the hi'iidx of
the depart llientx.
I'nxldetil I'llikhnm of the Hoard of
Health xent a lommuiileallon exprrxii
lug hix nHilucnexK to meet Hie I louuc
Health ConunltHo-iit any tlule.
The llxt of tlm pnhirlcM of the nil
plojex of the Hoard of Health wax fluli
mltteil mid read. Iteferreil to thu
Klmldon illtroduied a petition h) ('.
It. Hueklnnd, rcipicKtlng that the vlrrl:
furnlxli him xlx cojilex of ewry hill
Hlielilun Introduced 11 resolution re-
Miivcinm 1111 upiniiriiiiioii 01 nvn mr
the I. Hug of the Huiiapape Jail. It-!
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n-lliil in nil- i-iiuem v.iiiiiiiiikt.
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Catlm Introduced 11 rumiliitlun milk-
ug tlm salary of tlm Portuguese inter'
prefer of tlm Circuit Court ?X.i a month.
Heferted to tlm Judiciary Committee.
WANTS .MONKY HI'HNT
Kaleo Introduced u resolution provid-
lug for tlm expenditure of the follow
ing appropriations under tlm l.o.m Ad
or 1903, namely, i'nlolo new road,
110,000: Mano.i new roiiil, 110,000; loan
Act uppuijirl.'ited hy tlm lglulature of
I'J'l.ij exteiixlou mid (.onipletlon 01 .Ma
lion road. S12.000; completion of I'alolo
load, $10,000 Iteferreil to thu Umdx
Hughes Introiluieil a hill relative In
tlm land law. Passed first rending hy
Knlilhti Introduced a hill piovlilInK
$100 for Hie repairing or the liumakua
Jail, I'.ixxt'd llixl reading liy title.
Kanlhu liitrodiiccd n hill providing
appropriations for tlm following school
houses; tCOO for repairing hoiiIIi Ko
liala Court House and $Cin) ' for tlm
house of Waimea Jailor, Iteferreil to
the Judiciary Committee.
Kunlho illtroduied a hill appropriat
ing tlm vailous Mimx o.' money for tlm
lollowlni; Kchoolx; Itejialrlug tlm
vcliMil house of Kalaoa, Kotia, $100;
lloliuilon. S.'.O'l; Keaulioii, $00; Knllim,
JDO; Kiiiiih In, Jr.oo. Iteferreil to tlm
Kduiiilloii Commlltic, '
Col nm InlroiliKcd a resolution re
questing the department heads to re
port 11 dt tailed llxt or all expeuu'X
under "Incidental iipproiirlutlotix" ex
pended (rom tho tut of July, ILK).',, to
Docemher 31, 1H00. Carried.
MONKY rOlt SCHOOL IIOUHCS.
Kiileloiiu mined that the hill apiin
prlalliiR moiie) for tlm visit to the.
'territory of the Congressional party,
pass set olid reading. Curried
Kunlho Introduced n hill piovldltig
1111 nppioprlatloii of $1000 for the re
pairing of tlm Kujianu Court House,
nnil also appropriations for tlm repair
ing of school hoiibcx along tho Komi
I). Alawa Introduced u hill relalho
to tlm appointments of the Tcrrltorl.il
ofllccrx mid deputy sheriffs. Passed
first lending hy title.
Kaluna Introduced 11 bill amending
certain sections of tho Revised Uaa
lelatlvo to the duties of Dejiuty Hher
lffs Kllvit Intloduceil a rcbululloii provid
ing $1200 for tlm erection of 11 coot I
house at Kolo.i. Passed llrxt reading hy
(Continued on Page 2)
that fires and robbers work at any
time in any place. And that unless
your valuables are safely laid away
in one of our deposit boxes they are
constantly liable to destruction or
theft. Fifty cents a month protects
Furl K(. Honolulu
OP HAWAII. .M OK DAY.
(Kpeelal llulletln Wlrcleiw) 4
IIII.O, Hawaii Kcli SB .--Tlm l
Jiipativsa clinrRr.i with tlm mur-
der of Voinlo 11 1 Ookaln 011 IVIi-
ruary 3, surrendered to the po-
lice today. The man xayx hu
nnd tlm man tilled hud a light,
and he did no learn of tlm Sa
dentil of Vondo until yexterdny.
TO VISIT VOLCANO
Admiral Tomloknx Heel will IkI
llllo If. tlm plana now on foot are tar
ried out The vlxll 10 another xirl In
the Territory wax xugKextcil )exterda
and Immediately Secretary AtkliiKou
emli'ied all thu nxalHtnliro ikhmHiIo to
further tlm planx ut Hie tuition x
Wlrelexx telegrams were Rent to tlm
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11 in isiisi iiis'itf nun i 1111111 ii 1 mi iii ri(i
Hon placed at their command for 11
Will to tlm voiojiuo
The- ships wIP slay In thlx port a
long ax orlr.luull) planned, the Mop at
llllo helug nu extension ut (heir Mslt
to tlm Territory,
HAWAII IN HARPER'S
Tho futek Isbim of Harper's
Weekly-received In tho clty.mukcH 11
leading fcntiiro of tlm Iokkoii Hawaii
has given California. Ill handling tho
vexed school question. An Illustrat
ed article by Special CorrexiMindeiit
Ingllx rovlowH conditions in Ha
waii's schools utronxlileruhlo length
mid In 11 manner to rolled great cred
it on the Territory. Photographs of
Kfialiumami, Knliilaiil and the High
School scholar nm given to more,
roily demonstrate tho statement of
tho text of Mr. Ingllx' article to tho
effect that Hawaii has tho greatest
mlxtiiro of races to lie found In tho
United Statex, and still llndx no dif
ficulty In dividing Itx scholars with
out raising arbitrary and liu-Amcrl-ca
11 race problems.
CARD OF THANKS.
Mrs. Andiow Drown tnkex thlx mennx
or expressing her ileeji gratitude to tlm
tunny friends and fraternal associates
who rendered kindly lomfort and as
xlxtanco during tlm long Illness mid
lollowlng tlm death of her husband.
The Klpjsin Main, from Yokohama,
wax xlghted off ilarher'x I'olnt at I: SO
Lists of tlm directors mid ofllcers
elected to servo for tbo ensuing ye.ir
in the O.iliu Sugar Co., Pioneer Mill
Co. mid Ijihalna Agricultural Co., mo
published In thlx Isxuc.
New and Nobby Line
J. HOPP & CO.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDINO,
KKIMUJAKY 25. 1907
111 FIRMS 1
F. J. Lowrey Gives Very
Strange Figures On
The case of the United Ktntex
against Hie Lumber Trust was con
tinued thlx morning In the IVdcm!
Court with P. J. liwrey. maunger of
Uiwcrx & Cooke, on tho wltnetm
stand. A good deal of valnahlo tin-
lliiifiny wnH rrccUi'd from Mr. liw-
icy UiirliiK l no tnorniUK. mo jouri
helug adjoin ned at II o'clock to en
alile him to bring Into court certain
pa pels willed worn desired by tlm
Tho main points of liwrey'x testl
iiiiiny were In regard lo tho inethodx
by which tlm three firms now on trial
arrived ut their loinmon price list.
It wax very Interesting to nolo Hint
according to tho figures which I,ow
rey gine, the Liimher Trust Ix losing
money on each 1,000 fcot of lumber
which ix sold.
Iowroy testified that ho had nui'ln
up the price list which was sent In
January and that lie arrived at thu
price of $37.50, which Ix being rhnrg
id for rough lumber, from tho fol
Const of lumber on tlm Coast. $17. fill
Interest, exchange and Insur
Handling lumber In Honolulu. .2T,
Immediately after thlx ho testified
that tho expense of doing business
hero Is 20 per cent, of tho selling
price, amounting to $7.Rfi In this
(use. Totaled thlx would inakn tho
lumber cost tho llrmx hero $39.10,
while they sell tho sainu lumber for
In regard to tho American-Hawaiian
frelg'..: 1 '..ye" pl'ited that tlm
price bad been raised I10..1 7 t 1 $11
on nil shipments of lexx than lnO.OUO
feet CVo yearn ago and that ho bad
tnlketl tho matter over with Agentl
Morso heforo thlx wax dono.
Unit ho had not taken tho matter up
with tho other llrmx. Tho three
linns bad agreed to ship ut least lM),
000 feet of lumber by tho American
Hawaiian ovory three months, anil
Hint they bail fulfilled thlx agreement
for tho past two years.
Ho stated that tho xealo of prices
wax fixed ax tho remit of talkx bo
tween himself mid tbo managers of
tbo other two llrmx and that they
were then made up hy ono ninn and
the other two copied them. Ho said
tbnt from his personal ohsorvallon
bo believed that tho thrco llrmx on
trial controlled 7b per, cont. of tbo
lumber business: In Honolulu and
from 10 to flO per cent, of tho busi
ness In too Torrltory.
BULLETIN ADR. PAY
' ' W
Interesting Opinion Is
Rendered By Deputy
That the Hoard of I'Mucnlloii ban 1
prai tienll) no autliorlt whateier ovr ,
the .lainineso jirlvaie whoolx In tills
Terrltor) unless the same children tall I
to attend Kchoolx where 1'nslliih Is
taught, ix the gist of the opinion ren-
ilnm..l 111! fi.ifllAul 1 if (111! Itlkflfll llV
IIVIUI lis. iiiit HMoi r at' ..... w-
),Mmly Attorney flctivmt I'nwrr ami
jucm-iiIocI to tliu lioanl IIiIh iiricriHMin
I'ho Department of Public Instruction
Ix pru tlcally told "hand off "
Mr Prm.ser s opinion In full Is ex
IVIi. 2.". TJ07.
Honorable W. II. Hahbltt. Superin
tendent of Public Instruction,
Honolulu, T. II.
Dear Sir: In rexMinso to your re-
quest for thu opinion of thlx Depart
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Section.. 20!.. sin and 211 of the Uc- T1w was continued today. Dis
vlse.1 Lnwx of Hawaii for the ,oor nct Attorney Jerome j attempt intr
100B. wo give ,u the following ad- ? Pvc ,h.Rt E1" J.1 wtt ln'
..,.'.... i.... ... Miniate with other men than Stan-
flit! lijlllisio t,u iisu iiiins.siist ji.-(
l'Oiinded b) oir
Tho law places tho obligation on
jour department to see that every
Private kcIiimi! m-urIiI to bo estab
lished within the Territory of lla- MAtjrid, Spain. Feb. 25. A ca
wall makex iipp.ieatloii for pcrnils- hieBrttm rom jIaniiR rcCeivcd here
r.lon so in do nx pMivlde. by Section l0(lay ,tat t,mt R lone w )t the
209, -kour Ui.W iment bat uo pow- -outhern islands of the Philipnincs,
..r to compel hclmolx already e8tnb-kinin(, 200 and making thousands
lishctl which have not coinpllcd with 0mcc.j,
law In tho iiinttar of their obtaining, u n, , ji', if )(ijfXKXJ')i
permission xo to do, to now obtain foreign languages or In subjectx not
h.icIi a permit The sections refer- taught III tlm common school, there Ix
led lo cannot bo ciiforrcd by liny po- no reason why the samo nhotild not bu
mil prosecution. If eapnblo of en-1 lrmltled In fact, uny nttwiijit lu
fiireeiiieni ni all inliinelton wontil !'"! ill the ntteiidaiira of children at
roreement nl all, Injunction wouli I rcho()1, oUlor mn 10Ke vmvUWl hy
bo probably tho only remedy thnl tm. (jmrrumcnt. piovldeil that micli
tould ho liiMiked. Tho power In child comply with the law In ngard to
tlm section- named i (inferred upon attendance at public or private ucliool.i
tlm Depart int of Public Instruction within tlm Territory wnero Hngllxh Ix
nro mi 'i i might vcrv iimoorlv i,,,'
exeiclscil ' It, mid some, of tho pow-'
crx tbcrolll contained, toiimwcll
"'!" l,' """co .owvr of tlmVcr. Vol. 2. page !i57. n being "an In-
' " ' iuxiiii., nm hm
i-i in I'Biiiininii iiiit-n sun iiKiii.i-
lloiis relative to sanllary condlllons.
and tlm into prescribing Hint Icuchci
of prlvatn xeh.silx should bo porou of
goott moral cnuractcr. It It ix uvstreii
ttl IlllVO rules mill riglllatlolia that mr
t.iforcllile mi r.ct forth In tho Sectlonx
niimeil, audi u result might be attained
liv requiring all persons before taking
ni, nm iiiuiensiiiii ui ii'.itiiuii, in n.iiu ,1 Mruetioii in (.inguiiKes oilier iiiau kiik
llcenso issued under jirojivr rules and , ,; c, pniperly be ronsidered Instl
iegulatlonx by )our Dejiartmcnt pre- tutlonx of learning or places of prim
rxrlhcd. " Ury Instruction, then xticli jilace of
While our Department Ix, hy tho f meeting for biieh purisiso would bo n
"'""'" i.iuuuii in, 1.1 1. i wi i,n..
io uiaho iiiiiom anil Kcguiaiiuux rcia-
live to sanitary conditions mid hy
glene, yet you are not requlretl mi to
tlo, and may rely iiimui tho Hoard of
Health's examination of school prem
ises mid sanitary conditions If you uo
The object of our juese.it school Inw,
bo far nx compulsory education Ix con
cerned. Ix attained by tho ultendniic)
of children at public or private ncboolx
where Kngllsb Ix taught within the
Territory of llawnll. If the jmrcntx of
Mich scholars tleslro that In addition
to tho schooling proscribed by Inw, sin It
children should have other mid differ
ent educational facilities, whether In
'wmliTlVUie polllleiatit When
tlwj torUn cmnjHilcn their thief
nistrumcntalfty is Printer's Ink
i iny tnarninna ni taiur me
H business man is oenstantly enter
id Ine on new eammtictii Ever) time
he lays in n new stock or estab
llshts n new deortmnt he has a
wtMxugn on hli hands What lie
needs It the Printer's Ink in the
EVENING BULLETIN. You can't
have a successful campaign unlen
you reach the people. " ' " '
Pkiok 6 Oknth
AUSTIN, Tex.. Feb, 25. The State
Senate has discharged the committee
fippointcd to investigate the charges
of United States Senator Bailey's
connection with the Oil Trust and
other large corporation interests.
This proh.ililv means exoneration
lor Senator ll.'lle He wax recently
n-elecleil liy the Tenia Legislature,
hut made the condition that If thu
(linrgiB against him wvro proved, ho
GRILLING MRS. THAW
NEW YORK, N. Y., Feb 25.
I The cross-examination of Evelyn Kcs
ford White, who, she tcstities, ac-
rcrpi -hed her ruin,
SWEPT BY CYCLONE
Inuglit. would ben violation of tlm con-
Flltutloual rights of tho iltlzcns ami
rnulilrtttiH tf llin Vtwrtirv
The word sehoof Is .leOlleil In- Hon.
- . .iinmoii or learning or a tower grauo
I nan n lollenn or unlrersllv. A n nco
,,, i,rlmur lntrnriloii "
Rixtlnn 2nfi of Hin Itm-lsed Ijiwk iuh-
vldex Unit "all echoolx cxtnbllslied and
nialntiilncd by tho Department In nc-
u.nlance Willi law. urn tinlitle Fphivill.
A 0n,cr seboolx nro prlvato xchooU. '
thercfoid-follow. thai If tho places
, ,,ere children' hiecl for purptibe of In-
pnvaie nc.iooi witiiin tn htrict mean-
lug of Section 200.
(Continued on Page 3)
" If the Shoe Fits.
In GNU KID BLUCHER OXFORDS
made by the Clias. Chase Co., wo have
a $5 shoe that will fit you to your
perfect satisfaction. These shoes
made on the stylish Ficcadily last,
and with fiatiron, medium extension
sole, are wonderful sellers.
1051 FORT STREET,
PHONE MAIN 3B2.
i His Seat